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But the life the sisters have known is about to come to a sudden and abrupt end.
Unbeknown to Irisa, her deceased parents have a past — a past that could cost the lives of both Irisa and her sister. Irisa has many questions, but the cost of discovering who they really are will come at a terrible price.
I was so looking forward to reading the sequel to The Scribe's Daughter, and I am pleased to say Stephanie Churchill did not disappoint.
The King's Daughter is a heartbreakingly emotional journey of discovery. In The Scribes Daughter, Irisa was portrayed as the delicate sister, the one that needed looking after by her sister, but Irisa has an inner strength and a quick wit. She is as much a survivor as Kassia is.
The story itself was incredibly fast-paced with many unexpected twist and turns that kept me turning those pages with anticipation. The world Ms Churchill has created is so vivid in the telling that it is very easy to visualise, and her characterisation of both the protagonists and the antagonists were so well drawn that they practically breathed life.
The King's Daughter captivated me from beginning to end, and it is a story that I am sure I will come back to again. If ever there was a sit-down-and-finish book, then this is it. Kudos, Ms Churchill. But don’t take my word for it, check it out for yourself.
I Highly Recommend.
*I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book from the author for review consideration.*
Irisa finds herself used as a pawn in a princely power struggle but her beauty and brains help her remain true to herself and her family and win the hearts and minds of all those she encounters.
The places and people may seem foreign but the humanity of their lives and loves is very real and Stephanie Churchill’s writing will draw one into this world of salay, the world of intrigue.
As a bonus, we readers can look forward to a look back at the family of Kassia and Irisa in Stephanie Churchill’s third novel. I can’t wait!
Irisa Sajen is a young lady gifted with beauty, brains, and a quiet strength. Following along on her journey of self discovery transports the reader to Agrius and its environs. The world in which Irisa inhabits, a product of the author's vivid imagination, gives one the feel of a medieval country and customs. This similarity will resonate with fans of the historical fiction genre as well as historical fantasy. Churchill delves deeply into the psyche of her characters and writes masterly of their personalities, quirks, and motivations. A brilliant array of characters populate the story line giving the story depth and someone for the reader to relate to.
I read this book within two days. A page turner that captivated me from the first paragraph to the last. Stephanie Churchill may be a recently published author with one prior book to her name but she writes with a skill of a master story teller weaving magic with her words. I am looking forward to her next book and being submerged into the brilliance of her writing.
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'Another accomplished novel from Ms Churchill.'